In line with new guidelines from the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), requiring firms working in certain areas of the law to display pricing and service information in a clear and transparent manner, we have published the fees you can expect to pay when instructing one of our specialist Debt Recovery Solicitors. This includes whether or not costs are VAT applicable.
On this page, you can find information on the total estimated cost of dealing with your case; our Solicitors’ hourly rates, which are graded according to their level of experience; any other additional costs or disbursements you may have to pay that are not included in your fee; how long we estimate it will take to deal with your case; and everything we will do for you as part of your fee.
Below, you will find information on the fee earners in our team, alongside information on their qualifications and particular areas of expertise. For further details, please click here to be taken to our Debt Recovery page.
Our specialist Debt Recovery lawyers are highly qualified and have wide-ranging expertise in assisting clients with all matters relating to Dispute Resolution. In particular, they have many years’ combined experience in helping clients to recover outstanding debts swiftly and efficiently, with a track record of producing positive outcomes and greatly reducing the profound and stressful effect outstanding debts can have on individuals.
Sheenagh Parsons is a Consultant at Attwaters Jameson Hill. Her legal background is wide-ranging and diverse; she not only has wide experience in all matters relating to debt recovery, contentious probate and personal injury cases, but also specialises in education law. She qualified as a Solicitor in 1991 after working for two different firms, eventually joining Attwaters Jameson Hill in 1995. After only two years, she became the first female Partner in the history of the firm and has since occupied the roles of both Managing Partner and Senior Partner.
Leanne Philp is a Partner and Head of the Dispute Resolution team, dealing with all aspects of civil and commercial litigation. She enjoys the diversity of this area of law and has acted for defendants on various significant cases, one of which saved a client’s home after it was proved that the judge had made a mistake in his findings. She qualified as a Chartered Legal Executive in 2006 and joined Attwaters Jameson Hill in the same year. Previous to this, she gained eight years’ experience working for an international law firm in the City.
Prabhi Ghura is a Solicitor in the Dispute Resolution team, she has a keen interest in Property Litigation matters, including Commercial Property Disputes under the 1954 Act and contentious and non-contentious Landlord and Tenant work. She has experience in dealing with dept recovery matters, contractual disputes, residential possession claims and professional negligence matters.